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Do you know any software that lets you upload videos to famous video hosting site, like youtube and video.yahoo.com. I've stumbled upon on trafficgeyser, This is what i'm looking but looking for alternatives and maybe a destkop version.


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I personally enjoy Windows Live Movie Maker, it allows you to not only edit create movies and slide shows using photos and videos but when you're finished it has plug-ins to allow you to upload them directly to your favorite site. You can even download more plug-ins for the intended site. Including, facebook, youtube, flickr or even your skydrive if you want to.

Not to mention its completely free!

You can download it here http://explore.live.com/windows-live-movie-maker

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almost good. but it only support one video hosting sites(youtube). –  Pennf0lio Aug 23 '10 at 16:47
Actually it doesn't only support, youtube if you go to the box where you share the video, you can add more plugins to other sites Here is the link if you want to check it out tiny.cc/51gz9 –  Kmmarti Aug 29 '10 at 19:12

if you are on windows, use live movie maker, it has very good options to edit andupload to popular video sites

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same as Kmmarti, It only supports Youtube. thanks :) –  Pennf0lio Aug 23 '10 at 16:48


TubeMogul is a free alternative to Traffic Geyser, which submits videos automatically to a large number of sites and tracks the views and statistics from each site on the user dashboard. While it does offer premium features that require a monthly fee, ranging from $100 to $1,500 a month, the free package is more then enough for most publishers. The only major downside of TubeMogul, however, is that users must sign up for their own accounts on each site before they can use TubeMogul to upload to those sites. Since the site is free, it is worth users looking into.


VideoBot is similar to Traffic Geyser, in which it automatically submits videos to more than 100 video publishing sites. VideoBot will automatically create accounts on sites that publishers want to submit to, and rewrite the description and title so that videos will not be duplicates on each site. VideoBot costs a onetime fee of $29.95, much cheaper then either TubeMogul or Traffic Geyser, and uploads to a large number of sites, making it a viable alternative.


Hey!Spread is a pay-as-you-go online video uploading service that charges a "Credit," the equivalent to 5 cents, to upload a video to a video-sharing site. it supports a large number of sites to upload to, and videos are uploaded directly to Hey!Spread. Tracking video statistics, watermarking and transcoding are all available for videos, but cost more credits. Since users only pay when a service is used, Hey!Spread is a good alternative to Traffic Mogul, because there are no recurring charges.

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